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HCA 13/72 f.172r Annotate
First transcribed 30 April 2013  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 172  +
Parent volume HCA 13/72  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 30/04/2013  +
Transcription To the second hee saith that the said shipTo the second hee saith that the said shipp being in her Course for<br /> Druntun aforesaid shee was met with by an Ostend Man of<br /> warr (Comanded by Laurence Andreas) of off Lewes Island on<br /> the back side of Scotland, by whom shee was taken and<br /> seized, and carryed as Prize, together with her lading aboard her to<br /> Grinea Port in the King of Spaines Dominions. Which Seizure he<br /> saith was made on the 5th of August last, The Premisses<br /> he deposeth being a Comon man, and on board the said<br /> ship at the Surprizall aforesaid, and an Eye witnes of the same To the 3d and 4th Interrogatories hee saith hee well knoweth the Interrate<br /> John Broughton and John Abbot of London<br /> which Broughton and Abbot hee saith had aboard the said shipp, at the time of her<br /> seizure for their owne accompt (as this deponent hath Credibly<br /> heard and verily beleeveth) Part of the Lading of the said<br /> shipp, according to their parts they were owners of the shipp<br /> for as hee saith the owners were ffreighters of the same, And<br /> saith the said Lading was Pipestaves, Leather, Slatts, Wooll,<br /> Cloth and a good quantity of˺ Money (but howe much hee knoweth not) which were<br /> laden by the Interrogated John Abbot Master of the said ship at Carr[ies GUTTER]<br /> Vergus, and were to be carried to Drunton aforesaid and there<br /> to be sold by the said Abbot upon the joint accompt, And<br /> saith that the said John Broughton was owner of five 16th parts<br /> and John Abbot of six sixteenth parts of the said shipp Tackle<br /> and furniture, (As by the bills of Sale made for the same<br /> and nowe seene by this Deponent appeareth) At the time of her<br /> seizure aforesaid, 11 Parts together with their parts of the<br /> Lading aboard her were utterly lost to the said John Broughton<br /> and John Abbott, by the meanes aforesaid without any satisffaction or restitution for the same All which hee knoweth<br /> to be true for the reasons aforesaid:/: Randall Wilkinson [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE] ****************************** The same day. [CENTRE HEADING] '''Rp. 3us''' '''George Wilkinson''' of Ipswich in Suffolk Marriner<br /> late fforemast man of the said ship ''King David''<br /> aged 18 yeeres or thereabouts, sworne and Examined as<br /> aforesaid:/: To the first and second Interrogatories hee saith hee did very well<br /> knowe the Interrate shipp the ''King David'' of London whereof John<br /> Abbot was Master and Soe hath done ever since her departure from<br /> Gravesend upon this her last Voyage, And that the last port the<br /> said shipp was at before her seizure was Carrisvergus, and<br /> that shee set saile from thence about the latter end of July or beginning of<br /> August last bound for Druntum in Norway and that in her courser Druntum in Norway and that in her course  +
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